Frozen bubbles with raspberries and a hint of liquorice

Frozen bubbles with raspberries and a hint of liquorice is a dessert that is perfect for that touch of luxury. Why not finish off your New Year dinner with frozen bubbles? Serve in festive glasses.

10 glasses

1 hour + 8 hours freezing time

Rating (2 ratings)


Sugar syrup
200 ml water
285 g Dansukker Dark Muscovado Sugar
200 g raspberries

Frozen bubbles
1 bottle of sparkling wine; alcohol-free works just as well
200 ml cold water

To decorate
Lemon balm


Start with the sugar mixture. Bring the water, Muscovado sugar and raspberries to the boil in a saucepan. Boil for about 3 mins.

Pour the sugar mixture through a fine-mesh sieve. Squeeze as much out of the berries as possible. Place the sugar mixture in the fridge to cool fully.

Pour the sparkling wine into a plastic box that holds at least 2 litres and add 200 ml of water and the sugar mixture. Stir well. Put in the freezer for at least 8 hours.

When serving, remove the sparkling wine from the freezer and carve ice crystals by scoring the bubbles with a fork. Scoop the ice crystals into a cold glass and divide between the glasses.

Decorate with lemon balm.

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